Pre-Owned 2019 NissanAltima 2.5 Platinum

    On The Lot
    at JACKSONS CHEVROLET BUICK GMC
    Location Details
      Exterior Color
      Black
      Odometer
      21663
      Fuel Economy
      25/35 MPG City/Hwy
      VIN
      1N4BL4FW5KN300096
      Stock Number
      KU1185
      Nissan Altima
      • Carfax One Owner

      Detailed Specifications

      • Max seating capacity: 5
      • Fuel tank capacity: 16
      • Horsepower: 182

      Dealer Notes

      Welcome to Jacksons of Kingfisher's digital showroom we have been in business for 28 years serving the local communities including Kingfisher county, Oklahoma City , El Reno , Yukon , and all surrounding cities and states. We are rooted in Kingfisher and are proud to serve the community we were raised in we are a locally owned and operated dealer group with new Chevrolet , Buick , and GMC and a great pre owned inventory we still believe in doing business the right way we do not mark up our vehicles over MSRP we do not sell you packages of items you do not want or need we are 100% transparent and one big family so we welcome you to come join our family. Altima 2.5 Platinum AWD, CVT with Xtronic, AWD, Super Black Clearcoat, Charcoal Leather, Navigation System, Power moonroof. 2019 Nissan Altima 2.5 Platinum AWD Awards:
      * JD Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study * 2019 KBB.com 10 Most Comfortable Cars Under $30,000 * 2019 KBB.com 10 Best All-Wheel-Drive Vehicles Under $30,000 * 2019 KBB.com 10 Best Sedans Under $30,000 2.5L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V CVT with Xtronic AWD Super Black Clearcoat

      Odometer is 21071 miles below market average!


      KBB.com Consumer Reviews

      Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
      Overall4Out of 5
      • Very happy so far.

        By Mark. on Monday, September 28, 2020

        5.0
        I traded my 2012 Altima SL for a 2020. I must have hit it just right, end of month, end of quarter, I felt like I got a great deal. I was very happy with the 2012, 64000 miles, only repair was a $300 alternator. The 2020 is noticeably more powerful, even though the engines are the same. The biggest difference I noticed is the gas mileage. I never got better than 27 MPG with the 2012. My first highway trip with the new one I got an amazing 39 MPG. I am averaging 34 MPG city/highway, which I love. I really like the exterior styling and think it stands out compared to the Camry and Accord. I shopped all three cars, and while all are good, in my opinion the Altima is by far the best value. I do wish it had memory seating, and believe it should at the SL price point. My wife and I share it, it's a pain to always change the seat settings. I know, minor issue, quit whining. Otherwise I am very pleased so far, the car is extremely comfortable, performs well, and looks great.
      • Love this car. Not sure I'll ever NOT own a Nissan

        By Pennagirl on Tuesday, November 16, 2021

        5.0
        I've owned Nissans for years, two Muranos and two Rogues and in between I had an Altima. I loved it then until winter hit and in Central PA you need a car that will go in the snow, and I wasn't having much luck with my FWD Altima, so back to the Rogue. Cut to the Altima offering AWD and I ran to the dealership to get one! The AWD is a game changer, it's a must have where I live. I love it so much, everything about it, the ride, the gas mileage, the roominess, the massive display screen. If I had to nitpick about anything it would be the extremely small glovebox, although I guess I don't need a big one, and the fact that the passenger seat isn't height adjustable like the drivers seat, so when my husband drives I feel like I'm sitting a foot below him. Niether thing would deter me from buying the car again. Which I will do in about three years.
      • CVT VCT... Best Midsize Sedan I Tried Them All

        By Becej on Sunday, September 27, 2020

        5.0
        Not sure what all complaining about Nissan CVTs are? They are smooth, reliable, comfortable, accelerating really fast, great fuel consumptions. According to the reviewers CVT-s are good everywhere, in Accord-s, Subaru-s etc.... just not in Nissan. Yeah right the Nissan CVT-s are the best in the business. And the regular automatic transmissions are somehow sporty but not CVT-s. Give me a break... this is from a guy driving 3 pedals manuals for 40 years . And a new VC-T engine - let me tell you -it's a light year ahead of the competition. Probably the best 4 cylinder engine ever made.

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